CA100 Computer Literacy

COURSE OUTCOMES

Institutional Learning Outcomes

COM-FSM graduates will demonstrate that they can:

                a. communicate effectively
                b. effective written communication
                c. critical thinking
                d. problem solving
                e. intercultural knowledge and competence
                f.  information literacy
                d. foundations and skills for life-long learning.
                e. quantitative reasoning

Program Learning Outcomes

2.2 Demonstrate understanding of the modes of inquiry by identifying an appropriate method of ac cessing credible information and data resources; applying the selected method; and organizing results.

General:

 

Upon successful completion of this course, student will be able to:

 

1.     Explain basic computer concepts

2.     Demonstrate basic skills in electronic mail, internet, word processor, spreadsheet, database, and presentation applications

 

        Specific:

 

The student will be able to: 

       

SLO 1 Explain basic computer concepts

1.     

Student Learning Outcomes

 

Assessment Strategies

1.1.         Describe fundamental characteristic of computers;

Conduct Pre-test and Post –test , unit exam, midterm

1.2.         Identify the basic components of a computer system - input, processing, output, and storage;

Conduct Pre-test and Post –test , unit exam, midterm

1.3.         To identify categories of software – system and application;

Conduct Pre-test and Post –test , unit exam, midterm

1.4.         To describe the inter-relationship between the various hardware and software components;

Conduct Pre-test and Post –test , unit exam, midterm

1.5.         Explain the significance of the Internet – using email and world wide web.

Conduct Pre-test and Post –test , unit exam, midterm

      SLO 2.  Demonstrate basic skills in electronic mail, internet, word processor, spreadsheet, database, and

      presentation applications

 

                       Student Learning Outcomes

 

Assessment Strategies

2.1 Demonstrate acquired basic skills in using electronic mail application on:

2.1.1. Composing e-mail messages

2.1.2. Sending, receiving, and printing e-mail messages

2.1.3. Attaching files to e-mail messages

2.1.4. Creating, moving, and archiving folders

2.1.5. Searching, saving deleting e-mail messages

 

Hands-on Exercises and Assignments

2.2. Demonstrate acquired basic skills in using Internet on

2.2.1. Browsing the Web

2.2.2. Using search engine

2.2.3. Researching online

2.2.4. Downloading  and uploading files

a.      

Hands-on Exercises and Assignments

2.3. Demonstrate acquired basic skills in using word processor application on:

2.3.1. Creating Content

2.3.2. Organizing Content

2.3.3. Formatting Content

2.3.4. Working with Graphics

 

Hands-on projects

 

2.4. Demonstrate acquired basic skills in using spreadsheet application on:

2.4.1. Creating Data and Content

2.4.2. Analyzing data

2.4.3. Formatting Data and Content

2.4.4. Entering Worksheet Formulas

2.4.5 Using Functions

2.4.6. Managing workbooks

 

Hands-on projects

 

2.5. Demonstrate acquired basic skills in using database application on:

2.5.1. Structuring Databases

2.5.2. Entering data

2.5.3. Organizing Data

2.5.4. Managing Databases

 

Hands-on projects

 

2.6. Demonstrate acquired basic skills in using presentation application on:

2.6.1 Creating Content

2.6.2. Formatting Content

2.6.3. Working with Visual Elements

2.6.4. Managing and delivering presentations

 

Hands-on projects